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Originally Posted by TheGlow View Post

So how are these monitors now?
I was looking to go 120Hz+ 1440p 27".
I had gotten the Acer XB270HU TN version thinking it was the IPS version since all the reviews I found were for the PLS version, not even noting a TN exists.
Anyways, it had 3 dead pixels and on the 2nd day and only that day, the lower left corner had a dead backlight area reaching up 1 inch. It went away but at $570 I wasnt havent any of that.
It had Gsync but Im on an r9 380 until I get a 1070/1080 so i didnt get a chance to use it.

Is gsync worth it? I was leaning towards the Dell S2716DG but this monitor seems to meet those requirements at a fraction of the price.
Whats the common overclock rate? Is it a lottery where only some go over 100 or is 120 a common limit?
Sold out, but I see newegg has is $200. What is the average price?

The Qnixes, specifically, are kind of obsolete, as some other brands of overclockable Korean monitors with better panels can be had for the same price.

Honestly, I'm not up-to-date on the newer brands, but you should check the Crossover 2795 thread.
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Reposting this thread, as NVIDIA responded to it and needs info on the systems of those having the startup problem.

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/946217/geforce-1000-series/gtx-10-series-can-t-boot-correctly-past-330-mhz-dl-dvi-pixel-clock/2/?offset=27#4914731
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Originally Posted by Riadon View Post

Reposting this thread, as NVIDIA responded to it and needs info on the systems of those having the startup problem.

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/946217/geforce-1000-series/gtx-10-series-can-t-boot-correctly-past-330-mhz-dl-dvi-pixel-clock/2/?offset=27#4914731

I'm just glad they're acknowledging it.
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Does anybody have experience fixing the blinking blue led issue?

What's happening now is that my Qnix2710 will cycle between displaying and not displaying the desktop (blinking blue led, no boot screen when starting up). Prior to debezeling the monitors, I tested them separately and they all work fine (@60Hz).

I have tried using CRU to set custom resolution (60Hz), as well as swapping the power supplies between the 3 Qnix monitors, to no avail. Does anyone know if there's any other ways I could test the monitor to ascertain the problem? The monitor with the issue is connected via Dual-link DVI-D to my GPU (HIS HD6850). The Dual-link DVI-D ports on my GPU has been tested and is working (had both monitors connected via DVI-D to this GPU before I completed this build).
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Hi,

I just received the QNIX QX2710 LED Evolution ll [Matte Panel], single input-dual dvi port.
I tried overclock to 96hz but found part of the screen on the left have weird artifact,
need to check with the experts in the forum, does that mean this panel that I got is unable to overclock to 96hz without this issue? Screen look good at 75hz.
I followed the guide in this thread, tried CRU and NVCP method.
Pairing this monitor with GTX980 Ti


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Edited by DarkFord - 6/29/16 at 8:57am
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Hello! I accidentally my Q-nix DP2710 monitor some time ago. It was running at 120 Hz JUST fine, for months and months, and then I destroyed it with one fateful misclick. (I set the refresh too high by accident, IMMEDIATELY fixed it, but alas it was too late because it failed entirely shortly afterward.) I adored this monitor, so, so much... it is by far the best I have ever owned. My most prideful purchase.

So, I need to know how to fix it. I tried searching this thread but, there are so many pages. I was wondering if someone could help, or at least point me to relevant posts? I have a soldering iron, I can buy a multimeter if needed. But since this is a popular monitor, I presume that others have had similar issues, and already know where the problem is. So, what component do I need to replace on the board, and where is it? A capacitor? A transistor? And where might I find a suitable replacement? I presume, that no ordinary replacement will do, since the first one burned out. That I will need a high quality replacement, something that can handle very high frequency operation, to help prevent this from happening again. Please, can anyone help? My monitor has been dead for... I don't know, many months now, and I desperately want it back, especially since I will soon be getting a graphics card upgrade. The high quality LED lit IPS panel, the low input latency (DVI-D and no on-screen menus), the high refresh rate, and at 2560 x 1440, it was intoxicating, everything I could possibly want in a monitor. And with only one dead pixel, not even in the center zone. Except that I broke it.
Edited by Aru3 - 6/29/16 at 12:00pm
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Originally Posted by zeeee4 View Post

JUST RECEIVED AN "OFF-GRADE" PANEL. its perfect!!!! No flaws what so ever. I literally got it set it up and immediately went into the NVIDIA control panel and overclocked to 96hz NO PROBLEM. ALSO does 110hz but 115 and 120 get green lines everywhere! THIS IS SO SICK!!! Im just wondering is it possible to achieve 120hz on this panel? Is there certain things i can try to achieve those? I would love a 120hz panel with 1440p for LOL WHAT like 270 CAD$

I have just received an "off-grade" panel, purchased from AccessoriesWhole, and I have to say, I echo this sentiment.
It's perfect, no dead pixels, no tint, no flaw whatsoever as far as I could see except for the minor backlight bleed in the corners, despite ordering an off-grade panel.
Heck, even my MG279Q panel has more flaws than this thing.
And it only cost 150 US dollars too!

Time to try some overclocking next. =D
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I cant change any color settings, something is overriding it, any help with this?
Edit: uninstalled Flux now works
Edited by zalskin - 6/30/16 at 10:36am
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"Some gamers using our latest Pascal based GPUs connected to high refresh rate monitor have reported that the highest refresh rates or resolutions are not available when connected using DVI. This behavior is due to limited bandwidth available on the DVI cables. NVIDIA recommends that these high performance monitors be connected using DP instead of DVI. DP natively has much higher performance and will support the full capabilities of modern monitors.

In addition, NVIDIA is updating our driver to attempt to run at higher clocks on older DVI cables and enable all monitor modes. However, this high clock behavior is beyond the cable specification and depending on cable and monitor quality, may be unstable or non-functional. "

NVIDIA's latest response to the Pascal 330 MHz DL-DVI issue, so hopefully this means it will be getting fixed.

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/946217/geforce-1000-series/gtx-10-series-can-t-boot-correctly-past-330-mhz-dl-dvi-pixel-clock/3
post #25150 of 25969
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Originally Posted by Riadon View Post

"Some gamers using our latest Pascal based GPUs connected to high refresh rate monitor have reported that the highest refresh rates or resolutions are not available when connected using DVI. This behavior is due to limited bandwidth available on the DVI cables. NVIDIA recommends that these high performance monitors be connected using DP instead of DVI. DP natively has much higher performance and will support the full capabilities of modern monitors.

In addition, NVIDIA is updating our driver to attempt to run at higher clocks on older DVI cables and enable all monitor modes. However, this high clock behavior is beyond the cable specification and depending on cable and monitor quality, may be unstable or non-functional. "

NVIDIA's latest response to the Pascal 330 MHz DL-DVI issue, so hopefully this means it will be getting fixed.

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/946217/geforce-1000-series/gtx-10-series-can-t-boot-correctly-past-330-mhz-dl-dvi-pixel-clock/3
I'm not technically savvy enough to understand the bandwidth limit of DVI, but, why would it not work with the 10 series if it worked with older cards using the same DVI cables?
Edited by Jabova - 6/30/16 at 2:26pm
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